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Holiday Release Blog Blitz Begins
By Jeanne Jachna

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I'm so glad you stopped by!  Our Holiday Blog Blitz Begins today!!    What's a blog blitz?  It's a special event where we feature projects created with the newest products.  Our design team give you ideas to get your creativity kick started and we offer a prize on every post during the blitz. 
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For most of us it's never too soon to get started making our Holiday cards.  I love to share hand made cards with friends and family to show them how much I care.  I'm ok having too many cards to choose from, but I never want to get caught short when I'm busy with all the other holiday preparations.   The new Pine Needle Clearing is a beautiful die with lots of possibilities.  
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I water colored a panel of watercolor paper with Peerless Watercolor in different shades of green and then cut it with the Pine Needle Clearing.  I adhered this panel to a clean white card base and added the Folk Merry Christmas greeting cut from gold in the center.
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I wanted to hang some Crystal Ornaments from the pine boughs.  I cut the ornaments from gold foil paper.   The Crystal Ornaments are a single die, I cut them apart to  make three hanging from gold threads.  I inlaid colorful card stock in bright jewel colors.
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Want to enter to win the new Pine Needle Clearing die??  

Let me fill you in on all the details ok?

The blog blitz runs from August 2-August 14, 2017. We'll be giving away a prize on every post during this time.  To enter to win you need to leave a comment on EACH of the posts that you wish to enter.   To enter ALL the posts during the blog blitz you need to leave a comment on EACH ONE.   One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz. Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from comments. You have until midnight US EST August 17 to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will announced on this blog on August 18. Good Luck!  And LEAVE A COMMENT!! :) 

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Comments

Love that pine needle clearing and how you coloured it too and the star ornaments look great in bright colours ,what a fab take on a festive tree love it, thanks for sharing.

Brilliant card, I love your design ! That new die is really cool, very useful for winter and Christmas cards!

Bonjour,
Magnifique carte de Noël.
Nancy

BEAUTIFUL card Jeanne!
LOVE your cheery colours and shimmering gold, LOVE the combination of the crystal ornaments & sentiment against the pine needles clearing background - WOW!

You are so clever!! I LOVE the cheerful colors and holiday feel!! You put me in the mood for Christmas ... even though it is only August!! Awesome inspiration. Thank you!!

What a beautiful card design, Jeanne! I love how you used watercolor on the Pine Needle Clearing die for a soft backdrop to complement the vibrant Crystal Ornaments dies! Bravo!

This is a gorgeous, bright card! Love how
the pine needles frame the shiny star
ornaments.

Beautiful Jeanne! Those star ornament are so gorgeous cut in gold.

Your card is so pretty! Love those crystal ornaments. And they pair beautifully with the pine needle clearing die.

Gorgeous card - love the pine needle opening as the background. The gold lettering and ornaments really make it shine !

So beautiful...love your gorgeous tree and all those festive ornaments hanging on it.

Wow...Stunning die cut pine needle frame for your Gorgeous die cut ornaments and sentiment. Pretty colors too. TFS Jeanne. Hugs

I have the Merry Christmas die now from my last order..love the smaller size.

Hi Jeanne, your card is stunning. That is a beautiful die in a beautiful green. Would love this one. The die cut ornaments are so dimensional. Love them too. What a great start to this blog blitz. Hugz

Beautiful card! More new dies I need!

Love this colourful Christmas card with the bright ornaments!

I always look forward to seeing all the new holiday dies!!! This is a great start to the blog blitz!!!

Love your watercolored background. The greens are so vibrant. The pine needle clearing die is definitely going on my wish list. I love layering with the large Memory Box dies.
Great card.

Your card is great! I love the ornaments together with the pine needle clearing dye.

Love this - so happy and joyful. Thanks for showing a way to use the connected dies. What a set of awesome products this release.

What a bright and happy card! I like the look of the gold foil with the bright watercolors. Thanks for sharing!

Love this die!beautiful card!

YAY blog blitz time, love it! Your card is beautiful, Jeanne! The crystal ornaments are the perfect embellishment. The Pine Needle Clearing would be perfect for the Christmas cards I am designing now and gathering dies and materials for. I want my cards to be completed by the end of October so that I can concentrate on Christmas prep and shopping. I am figuring out Christmas gifts now, I want to get done early this year. Thank you for the creative inspiration today!
Jacquelene L
Canada

Wonderful die and
the card looks
beautiful!
Carla from Utah

Wow, what a great combo of the three dies. I love them all! This card is a perfect blend of them and a beautiful scene.

Hi Jeanne, A lovely holiday card, the 'pine needle clearing' die could be used for any card too, I'm loving the hanging crystal ornaments too.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

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